Knute Rockne was a tight-end at Notre Dame from 1910 to 1913. He would help reshape the game with the help of quarterback Charlie “Gus” Dorais and the forward pass. He would play for three professional football teams from 1914 to 1917. He held a pharmacy degree from Notre Dame. He would become an assistant coach at Notre Dame in 1914. He would become a head coach at Sout Bend Junior College in 1916. He would return to Notre Dame as the head coach in 1918 and would remain head coach until 1930. He would compile a win/loss/tie record of 105-12-5, an unblemished bowl record of 1-0, and 3 National titles. He would retire completely in 1931 from Notre Dame. He popularized the forward pass in football, even though he didn’t invent it. Rockne was killed in a plane crash in 1931, while on his way to film the movie “Spirit of Notre Dame”. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. This would be an excellent addition to any collection.